The Antiquities, Monuments and Museum Corporation has a vested interest in propelling young Bahamians on their career path through our education facilitation program, where we are currently supporting three Bahamians studying abroad in college. Ms. Shavanna Dean, Mrs. Nicole Walker, and Mrs. Nameiko Hall-Miller.

The Recipients

Ms. Shavanna Dean

Position: Assistant Draughtsman

Appointed: 13th April 2015

In Pursuit of Bachelors’ of Architecture at The University of Arkansas

“Ms. Dean’s studies will put her solidly on the path to become a Historic Preservation Architect. This field of study and the practical work that she will do following the completion of her studies is crucial in driving forward the mandate of the Corporation.”

Mrs. Nicole Walker

Position: Accounts Clerk

Appointed: 3rd August 2004

In Pursuit of Bachelors of Arts Degree in Business (Accounting) at Mohawk College

“Ms. Walker’s pursuit of her formal training will help this crucial area of administrative work maintain a high standard of modern accounting practice, needed to manage the resources of the Corporation as it develops its sites and programs. ”

Mrs. Nameiko Hall-Miller

Position: Research Officer

Appointed: 27th August 2009

In pursuit of Graduate Degree in Museum Studies at the University of Florida.

“Upon completion of her studies Mrs. Hall- Miller will be poised to manage the curatorial and administrative work necessary to develop culturally appropriate and impactful museum exhibitions, programs and community initiatives.”